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Our curriculum this year will continue with our values-based approach incorporating an innovative curriculum Passport to Peoplehood.  This curriculum focuses on Jewish diversity, identity, and shared values as well as racial justice. Our educational experience for Kindergarten through Grade 5 emphasizes that our children and families are part of a larger multi-faceted world that can be supported and nurtured by Jewish values and experiences.  We believe that creating a strong partnership with parents is a key element that leads to an enriching experience for students and families and invite you to contact us at any time.


Heidi Baker

Director of Education

Sunday Session

Kindergarten-Grade 2: 9:30-11:00 a.m.

Grades 3-5: 9:30-11 a.m.

Sunday's curriculum explores Jewish learning through interactive methods and individual choice. 

K-2 students are placed in small groups (in person or online) to build strong relationships in a safe environment.  Grades 3-5 students participate in creative projects aimed to deepen their learning and love of Judaism. 

Wednesday Session

Early Session 2:30-4:30 p.m. or Late session 3:45-5:45 p.m. and optional early drop off at 12:30 p.m.

Our curriculum focuses on Jewish values, community, and engaging with prayer.  Students are placed in groups of no more than 10 students with whom they study Hebrew, prayers, diversity in the Jewish community, and holidays.  This session includes a weekly prayer and Torah study time with Rabbi Stern and Cantorial Soloist Susan Glickman.

Kehillah... Community

Times vary

This program brings children and families together for communal experiences including Mitzvah projects, Shabbat dinners and services, social programs (movie nights, cooking programs, etc.), and holiday celebrations. These programs include grade based experiences as well as all school programs.  Our Mini BAYGL youth group programs are optional community building events for children in grades 2-5.

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